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    Programs that develop, implement, assess and follow up on plans for the evaluation, treatment and/or care of people who are experiencing a specific, time-limited problem such as a transition from hospitalization to independent living and who need assistance to obtain and coordinate the support services that will facilitate the change.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Case/Care Management ServicesProvides rapid housing placement to homeless individuals and eviction prevention services to at-risk individuals. Social worker is available to provide assistance with individuals with mental health and substance abuse with severe, persistent, and untreated mental illnesses. Social worker provides assessments and intakes to secure mental health treatment and other services to assist in maintaining permanent housing. Case managers are available to address individual needs.SchenectadyADVOCACY AND CASE MANAGEMENTBETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY
    Case/Care Management ServicesThe Aging Out Adolescent Program works with the Albany County Department of Mental Health helping adolescents "aging out" of the Children's Mental Health System make the transition to adult services and live as independently as possible. In addition to counseling and case management, we also help with housing, education, vocational training and employment.AlbanyAGING OUT ADOLESCENT PROGRAM (AOA)HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Mental Health ServicesConnects individuals with appropriate medical services and other providers. Assists individuals to seek housing, case management, social work services. Interviews and assessments are made to connect individuals to services. Will work with individuals to establish connections to integrated primary care and behavioral health services with the end goal of treatment compliance.SchenectadyBEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAMBETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY
    Transition Support ServicesThe Aftercare Program offers continued support services to youth after they leave the shelter. This voluntary program can help the youth continue their goal plan that they started while they were shelter residents. The Permanent Housing Assistance Program offers financial assistance in addition to locating and keeping safe, affordable housing. This program is available to income qualified individual and families. WarrenAFTERCARE AND PERMANENT HOUSING ASSISTANCEWAIT HOUSE
    VIRTUAL FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTERThe American Red Cross across the regions of New York State have developed a program in response to COVID-19 to support individuals and families who have lost family members to death as a result of COVID-19. The program will link crisis counselors with families to provide emotional and spiritual support, as well as targeted short-term case management to assist with navigating through the challenging processes they might be faced with as a result of the death.This might include challenges with moving the family member’s body through the hospital, nursing home, medical examiner and funeral home systems in this time when those systems may be overwhelmed and their processes may be different than they normally are. They may also include linkage to legal resources for estate, custody, immigration or other issues related to the death.New YorkVIRTUAL FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTERTHE AMERICAN CROSS OF WESTERN NEW YORK

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